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Clearspring Tamari Garlic Rice Cakes - 150g

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Product code: 10258


Made in Japan to a classic, wheat free recipe using rice and traditional seasonings without any added sugar, MSG, colourings, preservatives or leavening agents.

These puffed rice cakes made in Japan are light and crispy and low in fat. High quality and authentic Japanese ingredients have been used to flavour these rice cakes, so you can be sure that they meet Clearspring`s high standards and brand values.

About Clearspring

Clearspring offer a great range of organic and premium quality Japanese and European foods skilfully prepared by artisan and professional producers. Each Clearspring product has a distinct flavour and quality that comes from using the finest quality ingredients and respecting local food traditions.



Nutritional Information: Per 100g:
Energy 1545kJ/369kcal
Fat 1g
   of which saturates 0.3g
Carbohydrate 83g
   of which sugars 3.3g
Protein 6.9g
Salt 1.3g


Rice (63%), rice flour, water, rice bran, tamari (4%) (soya beans, water, sea salt, mirin (sweet rice, water, cultured rice)), brown rice syrup (brown rice, malted barley, water), fresh garlic (1%), onion powder, sesame seeds, sea salt, umeboshi paste (japanese ume plums, sea salt, perilla leaves).


Delicious straight from the pack or try them with your favourite spreads and toppings.


  • May contain traces of crustaceans.


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